Rebel Wilson has apparently joined a celebrity dating app and 'isn't fussy when it comes to which gender.'
The actress was 'active on celebrity dating app Raya as of last week', ahead of the Australian Open which commenced on Monday, according to the Herald Sun's Page 13.
The app requires a minimum amount of social media followers and a referral from a member and the Melbourne 'it' crowd has apparently been joining up in a bid to meet people while socializing on the Australian Open scene.
This comes after Rebel sparked romance rumors with tennis pro-Matt Reid in December when they attended the AACTA Awards together in Sydney.
The pair are believed to have met through Rebel's Bachelor star pal Brittany Hockley and were seen hanging out together at the U.S. Open in New York City in August.
They were also spotted looking cozy over breakfast at a cafe in Hornsby, Sydney, near Matt's family home, last month and later during a game of doubles tennis with Brittany and her tennis player beau, Jordan Thompson.
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Rebel, who has lost 35kg since 2020, recently revealed the low-impact exercise she took up in order to get rid of unwanted fat.
Contrary to previous reports, Rebel's weight loss wasn't the result of grueling gym sessions. While physical activity was certainly a key element in her 'Year of Health', it didn't involve the endless HIIT treadmill workouts one might associate with celebrity exercise.
Instead, the Pitch Perfect star was encouraged to lace up her trainers and take up walking for weight loss for a solid 60 minutes on a daily basis.
"The doctor said to me, 'Rebel, the best way for you to lose unwanted body fat is just simply walking,'" she said during a recent interview with Apple Fitness+. "'Doesn't have to be high-intensity, doesn't have to be uphill, just moderate walking an hour a day.'"
She was also told the low-impact form of exercise was "the best way to lose unwanted body fat" for her particular body type.
Robyn is a celebrity and entertainment journalist and editor with over eight years experience in the industry. As well as contributing regular to woman&home, she also often writes for Woman, Woman's Own, Woman's Weekly and The Sun.
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